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Tom Miller

Sports reporter

Miller has covered sports at the Grand Forks Herald since 2004 and was the state sportswriter of the year in 2019.

His primary beat is UND football but also reports on a variety of UND sports and local preps.

Miller is a Grand Forks native, 2004 Grand Forks Red River graduate and 2008 UND graduate with a degree in communications.

Miller started as a part-time employee in the fall of 2004 to cover games and take box scores, then was hired full-time in 2007.

He can be reached at (701) 780-1121, or on Twitter at @tommillergf.

Like many mid-major basketball programs right now, the Fighting Hawks are undergoing a roster change for the 2022-23 season. Here's five things to know about the year ahead.
Kopp, 86, died Thursday. He was Red River's first football coach and spent his retirement years as UND football's equipment manager.
Roughriders won the first three Eastern Dakota Conference meets of the season.
The 47-year-old, who started running when he was 37, has one more state on his list.
Hoosman played for the Panthers for four seasons. The running back is a graduate transfer with one season of eligibility remaining.
The Eagles won 18 games last season before falling to Fosston at the section tournament.
Both East Grand Forks Senior High's Anthony Walsh and East Grand Forks Sacred Heart's Sam Bales enter their first season as head coach of the respective programs.
Oxford Realty naming rights of Apollo Sports Complex, along with a federal grant, the Blue Line Club and other fundraising efforts, will go toward a rebuild of Grand Forks' primary baseball field.
Apart from transfer Kenny Golladay, Waletzko is UND's first NFL Draft choice since 2006 (Chris Kuper).
Aker, 66, died last Saturday in Rochester, Minn. Aker coached football at East Grand Forks Sacred Heart, baseball with the East Grand Forks American Legion and girls basketball at Climax-Fisher.